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Summer Experiments: Furniture For Taking Forty Winks

Okay so to explain the strange title, I literally had no idea what to name this post, so I went on thesaurus.com to search for synonyms for beds. And the first result came up with the definition “furniture for sleeping,” … Continue reading

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Summer Updates: The Good, The Bad, and The Bartender

It is nearly the end of second week of Summer Session C, which means we are on a due course toward midterms and flailing our fists in a panic. However, we’ve had a good first two meetings thus far! The … Continue reading

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Summer Experiments: The Last Stand

Forgive me for the cheesy title, but I thought it was funny. Anyhoo, remember how we mentioned that we’d be blogging about our summer experiments? The time has finally come. Cue dramatic music. Well, it was only Anna, our wonderful executive … Continue reading

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Summer Experiments

Hey party people, hope that your summer’s going well! We’ve got an exciting project coming up, in the form of what we’d like to call writing experiments. While the fancy italics might make the term sound tall, dark and mysterious, … Continue reading

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Here’s a link dump if you’re interested in NaNoWriMo

I’m sitting on this virtual pile of NaNoWriMo-related links and it would be a shame not to share them. Categorized for your convenience.

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Priorities

I’ve decided to make “In Pursuit of Productivity” a biweekly series because it gives me more time to effectively observe and analyze each strategy in order to capture the essence of each…uh… Okay, so I didn’t write last week. But–but–I … Continue reading

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“What Can You Pen?” Creative Writing Contest Results

We would like to thank everyone who submitted to our annual contest, and especially to our honorary judges — Karen Kevorkian, Mark Richard, Leslie Schwartz, and Reed Wilson — for their expertise and time dedicated to the support of UCLA student … Continue reading

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